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    What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

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    llb admission
    45% marks is the minimum mark required for LLB admission. Is the aggregate 45% enough or should I have 45% mark for each subject





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    soumya@prince
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    Re: What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

    Hi aspirant,

    Bachelor of Law:

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law . It is a professional course for building up your career in law section. The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into three semester .

    There are various types of specialisation available in this regard. You may choose any specialization in which you have interested . The Specialization like, Criminal Law / Civil Law / Labour Law etc...

    3 - year LL.B/B.L : Applicants must have have passed any Graduation exam(10+2+3 pattern) from a recognized University according to AICTE with 45% of aggregate marks or any other examination recognized as equivalent by the Universities concerned.

    5 - year LL.B/B.L : Applicants must have have passed 2 - 3 year Intermediate Examination like 10+2 or any polytechnic with 45% of aggregate marks for any other examination recognized as equivalent by the University concerned or the Board of Intermediate Education, A.P.

    Note : There is a privilege of percentage relaxation of 5% of marks in the above qualifying examinations for any of the Law pursuing course in favour of the Candidates belonging to Scheduled caste and Scheduled Tribe as well as other backward castes.

    Applicants completing their graduation from LL.B./B.L. Degree or are appearing for LL.B/B.L., final year examination. can apply for L.L.M. course.

    Before taking admission into any of the prescribed courses you have to crack their respective entrance exams. And to be mentioned a good score is a must. Based on the performance in Entrance Examination you will be called for an Interview .

    You have to qualify in any of the following Entrance Examination like,

    -CLAT :- Common Law Admission Test
    -LAST :- Law School Admission Test
    -NALSAR :- National Academy for Legal Studies and Research Test

    Syllabus of this exams :- General Knowledge , English Language , Aptitude for Legal Studies . There will be 200 multiple choices questions and duration of this examination is 3 hours .

    To apply for this Entrance Examination you should complete 12th or Bachelor degree in any discipline from recognized university . You should score minimum 45 % percentage of marks and in 12th standard . Final year candidate may also eligible to apply for this Examination .

    Apart from this Entrance Examination some colleges may conduct Interview within the colleges based on the Performance in Interview there will allot admission for LLB course .

    Some Law Colleges :

    National Law Institute University , Bhopal
    Symbiosis Law School , Pune
    Law College , Pune
    Govt Law College , Mumbai
    Gujarat National Law University , Gandhinagar
    NLSIU , Bangalore
    National Law University , Delhi
    Army Institute of Law , Mohali
    Amity of Law School , Delhi

    ALL THE BEST




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    spider man
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    Re: What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

    Hello freind

    You must have atleast 50% marks in 12th to get seat in LLB course

    Friend its your wish to take arts or commerce in +2 but as you wish to study psychology its better to take commerce

    Following is the eligibility for LAW :

    Educational :
    1. Minimum qualification to go for a course in law (LLB) is 10+2. Course duration is of 5 years and is sponsored by the Bar Council Of India.
    2. P.G. Programmes in law (LLM) are of 2 years duration & eligibility is LLB degree.

    Selection process :
    1. selection is on the basis of an entrance test.
    2. The entrance examination is objective type in nature.
    3. The questions invariably cover areas like
    i. Reasoning,
    ii. General Awareness,
    iii. Numerical Aptitude,
    iv. Legal Aptitude and
    v. Preliminary Political Science.


    all the best

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    varalakshmi nelavelli
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    Re: What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

    hi friend,

    you should qualify in Intermediate/ Degree with 50% marks from any recognized state board of India/any recognized University.The relaxation is applicable for the OBC and SC / ST category.

    after that you have to attempt the CLAT(Common Law Admission Test). It can be entry level examination for law course.If you are aspiring for this examination then you should be citizen of India.
    your age not more than 20 years .and relaxation applicable for the OBC and SC / St Category.

    Syllabus for CLAT Examination:
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    1)Elementary mathematics
    2)General English
    3)General Knowledge
    5)Current Affairs
    6)Legal Aptitude
    7)Logical reasoning
    etc..

    All the Best..........

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    lakshmi dhana
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    Re: What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

    After 12Th you can apply for 5 year B.A. LL.B Course and to apply for this course you have to complete your Intermediate examination and must have scored minimum 50% Marks in your Intermediate examination. The admission is based on Punjabi University Law Common Entrance Test.

    If you have fulfill the given Eligibility then you have to apply for this examination and those who cracked this examination with good rank, will get admission in 5 year BA LLB Course.

    Best Law Colleges

    Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore.
    Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islmia, New Delhi.
    Faculty of Law, University of Mumbai, Mumbai.
    Kerala Law Academy Law College, Thiruvananthapuram.
    Faculty of Law, University of Kolkata, Kolkata.
    Faculty of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
    University College of Law, Bangalore University, Bangalore.
    Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai.
    Faculty of Law, Rohtak University, Rohtak.
    Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
    Army Institute of Law (AIL), Mohali.
    National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi.
    School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi.
    Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
    Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur.
    Amity Law School, New Delhi.
    Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.
    National Law Institute University, Jodhpur.
    I.L.S. Law College, Pune.
    The W.B. National University of Juridical Sciences(NUJS), Kolkata.
    Symbiosis Society’s Law College, Pune.
    Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi.
    National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal.
    National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (NALSAR), Hyderabad.
    National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore.

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    Post Re: What is the required percentage in Intermediate/graduation for LLB admission?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    llb admission
    45% marks is the minimum mark required for LLB admission. Is the aggregate 45% enough or should I have 45% mark for each subject
    Dear Sir,
    Yes sir .You are eligible to apply LLB.

    In order to Join in LLB course you have to write Entrance exam i.e LAWCET conducted in the state of Andhra Pradesh

    Eligibility:You have to pass higher secondary examination with a 45% of marks or above are eligible to appear the entrance exam.

    Course Duration 3-Years (Yearly Examination)

    Exam Pattern:
    There will be a total of 120 questions in the examination.There are 3 sections
    Each section carries 40 questions.
    Part A will contain questions from General Knowledge and Mental Ability.
    Part B contains questions from topics such as Current Affairs and
    Part C carries questions to measure Aptitude to study Law.

    All the Best

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